Looking for delicious vegan brunch recipes? You’ve come to the right place! Whether you’re feeding a crowd or just yourself, you’ll find a recipe you love on our list.
20 Vegan Brunch Recipes
1. Maple Brown Sugar Coffee Cake
Coffee cake is the ultimate brunch food, and it’s easy to make this classic recipe vegan. This recipe uses plant-based milk, vegan butter, maple syrup, brown sugar, dairy-free yogurt and other baking essentials. The crunchy crumble topping takes this cake to the next level.
2. Hashbrown Avocado Toast
Forget classic avocado toast. Skip the bread and replace it with a crispy hashbrown – you’ll thank me later. These hashbrown avocado toasts look fancy, and they’re perfect for brunch if you’re having guests over.
Use frozen hashbrowns for this recipe to save time. Top with avocado, Brussels sprouts, broccolini, microgreens and everything bagel seasoning.
3. Vegan French Toast Casserole
If you’re having brunch with family or friends, this French toast casserole will easily feed your crowd. It takes just seven ingredients and is topped with a delicious pecan crumb topping.
Use stale bread for this recipe and choose a really soft and thick bread, like a vegan brioche. Add fresh berries to make this recipe even tastier and healthier.
4. Veggie-filled Vegan Frittata
You may not expect to find frittata on a list of vegan brunch recipes, but it’s easier than ever to make this classic breakfast dish vegan.
This recipe has a creamy tofu base made with non-dairy milk, nutritional yeast, mustard, spices and herbs to recreate the texture and flavor of eggs.
But this frittata is also loaded with veggies, including potatoes, peppers, zucchini, onion and tomatoes. It’s the perfect dish to serve at a group brunch.
5. Caramelized Onion Tart
This brunch recipe is vegan, gluten-free and easy to make. The pie crust is simple and made from gluten-free flour, almond flour, flaxseeds, coconut oil, sea salt and water. It’s so simple but so delicious.
The onion tart filling calls for a lot of ingredients but is so worth the effort. The onion, leek and bell pepper flavors pair perfectly with the pie crust.
6. Savory Stuffed Pancakes
If you want something different to serve during brunch, try this recipe. These savory pancakes are inspired by Chinese cuisine. A homemade, pan-fried dough is stuffed with a filling of scrambled tofu and lots of veggies, including carrots, scallions, and bell peppers. Add some spices, and you have a satisfying meal that’s perfect for brunch.
7. Lemon Blueberry Baked Oatmeal
Baked oatmeal is perfect for brunch and a true comfort food. Oats are a healthy and tasty breakfast food, and the addition of blueberries and lemons make this such a refreshing dish.
Almond milk, cashew butter, and dairy-free yogurt replace the traditional non-vegan baking ingredients. It’s a super-simple recipe that’s easy to prepare and can easily be made to feed a crowd – or just yourself.
Look for gluten-free oats if you’re sensitive to gluten.
8. Vegan Shakshuka with Tofu and White Beans
Shakshuka is such a flavorful breakfast dish, and you can easily make it vegan just by ditching the eggs. This recipe replaces the eggs with tofu and cannellini beans. You can use whatever kind of beans you like and even skip the tofu if you want.
Serve with a tasty, crusty bread to make this dish even more satisfying.
9. Apple Crepes with Cinnamon
If you love sweet vegan brunch recipes, these crepes are perfect for you. The crepes themselves are made with wholesome ingredients, like oats, rice flour, coconut sugar, banana, flaxseed, and vanilla extract.
The apple filling is naturally sweet and delicious. Granny Smith or Pink Lady apples are ideal for this recipe, but you can use any variety of apples you love.
10. Vegan Peaches and Cream Puff Pastry Tart
Technically, this tart is a dessert, but who says you can’t have dessert for brunch? Puff pastry makes this recipe quick and easy to make. You’ll need dairy-free cream cheese and fresh blueberries and peaches.
You can use any fruit you want for this recipe.
11. Vegan Savory Pancakes
These savory pancakes will surprise and delight your guests. You can serve it with vegan bacon, or just on its own. Because these are savory pancakes, you’ll want to choose an appropriate topping, like vegan sour cream.
The green onions are the star of the show in this recipe. But you’ll also need plant-based milk, flaxseed, vegan butter and non-dairy cheese.
If you want to make this recipe gluten-free, just swap the all-purpose flour with your favorite gluten-free option.
12. Vegan Potato Bake
Potato-based casseroles are perfect for brunch, and this vegan recipe is so satisfying. Along with potatoes, this casserole also has mushrooms, leeks, garlic, vegan feta cheese, chickpeas and Dijon mustard.
This recipe isn’t as quick as others on this list because the potatoes take time to cook. But it’s worth the effort.
13. Apple Crisp Stuffed Baked Apples
These vegan stuffed baked apples are the perfect fall treat, but you can serve them any time of year. The best part? It’s so easy to make and looks like it took all day to prepare.
This recipe calls for Pink Lady apples, but you can use Granny Smith or any variety you prefer. The sweeter, the better.
You’ll also need maple syrup, tahini, apple pie spice, oats and walnuts.
14. Vegan Chickpea Pancakes
Vegan brunch recipes like this one are both satisfying and healthy. These pancakes are made with chickpea flour, red pepper, onion, herbs and other basic pantry staples.
They’re made just like traditional pancakes, but they’re served with a variety of condiments, like salsa, avocado, ketchup and hummus.
Whether you’re having brunch with your family or friends, they’ll love how flavorful this dish is.
15. Vegan Breakfast Skillet
This vegan breakfast skillet is so delicious it may not even make it to your plate before it’s gone. It’s made with chickpeas, onion, red pepper, tomatoes, mushrooms and herbs. Serve it with oven-roasted potatoes.
You won’t want to share, but if you have to, you can easily adjust this recipe to serve a larger crowd.
16. Pumpkin Vegan Breakfast Bars
Breakfast bars are great for serving at brunch because you don’t have to worry about it being served hot. This recipe is great for fall and winter. You can add vegan chocolate chips, pecans and other favorite toppings.
But the bars themselves are really easy to make. They’re oat-based and loaded with spices, like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Flaxseed and water will be your egg replacement, and you’ll also need pumpkin puree, maple syrup and coconut oil.
The toppings will take the presentation over the top, so if you want to impress your guests, don’t skip these ingredients.
17. Vegan Grilled Polenta with Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes
Want to serve something savory for brunch? This polenta dish is perfect. For the polenta, you’ll need quick-cooking polenta, veggie broth, water, vegan cheese, vegan butter, salt and oil.
Preparing the polenta is a process, but it’s worth it. You’ll need to bake it and let it set before grilling. Meanwhile, you can prepare the roasted tomatoes, which will add natural sweetness.
Use the freshest tomatoes you can find. Cherry tomatoes are ideal.
18. Vegan Breakfast Sliders
Who doesn’t love sliders? They’re perfect for brunch, and you can feed a crowd or just your family without too much fuss.
Look for vegan dinner rolls that are ultra-soft. As for the filling, you’ll need avocado, plant-based scramble, vegan cheese, vegan breakfast sausage, vegan smoked deli slices, vegan butter, vegan pesto, and herbs and spices.
These sliders are both sweet and savory, and everyone is sure to love them.
19. Vegan Zucchini Breakfast Strata
This breakfast strata is vegan and features a delicious basil cashew cream with olive oil mashed potatoes. It’s made with zucchini, bread, tomatoes, potatoes, jalapenos and herbs like sage.
It’s all baked together to make a creamy, delicious baked casserole.
Best of all, you can easily serve a large crowd with this dish. Another option is to freeze slices to have throughout the week if you want a quick, healthy breakfast in the days after your brunch.
20. Vegan Taquitos
Vegan brunch recipes don’t always have to be based on classic breakfast foods. These vegan taquitos will be a great addition to your brunch spread and can easily complement most other foods.
And the filling is divine. It’s made with potatoes, carrots, onion, garlic, peas, vegan cheese and spices like curry, cumin and nutmeg.
Taquitos take some effort to make, but everyone will love them, and you’ll have plenty of leftovers.
If you don’t like peas, you can replace them with chickpeas or beans for protein. You can also add vegan “meat.” Try making the tortillas yourself if you have the time.
Fry these taquitos in an air fryer for a crispy treat that will quickly be devoured by your guests.
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